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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 191?
Tlie Howse heaijimavtors untier the
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most citizens whom leaders in
SUBSCRIPTIONS IN aVDVAM'K former campaigns could not com
Una TMr 1 1 fM mand. Prof. Work has the conli-
MI MontDS .
Mafia Cop J .
N.. uotu- uihd of tnoiiTtnmit rvntrtkuttoot
Notify he office when you fall to fM jour
TO Tt!K PCBL1C.
rrronmi reflwtlnns open the ehar-ihim and destroy the good that he
vtef, standing: or reputMlon of any rwrft"n, ! .
in or .r,...r.ttoa, which ny appear In , m:l-v accomplish in future campaigns,
tne columns of the NiHunujg ouihc will prof. Work can give a reliable and
ie irladl.v corrected onon Mm brought to I , , , . .
attendoD of the management 1 trustworthy account of all of his
hi4 corri.ondeno for publication K ,loaUng!, jn lhe 4.0tcst for Mavor.
lo rreeh the office Vonrtar No matter 1
attended for current lxxue which arrtvee He has certainly made the only real
.la late aa Thursday can appear in that f , . vOCTn onninaiirn lminneer
eeber, aa Thurdajr I. preea day. Inist class Alfro campaign managtr
Ail newe sent us for pabllrarlon Bnatjthat Nashville has seen in many a
"M written only on onf fide of the paper. 1
nd ahonld be accompanied by the name of ' moon.
on eonrtikutor, not neceeaaniy for pnbu-
Mloa, bnt aa evidence of good faith.
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Naslivillf.Tenn., Sept. 1 1,'17.
It is a glorious thing to live in
Tennessee. September's glory is
peculiar to itself, but September is
not the only month in the year in i Cl)11R,s ow Dame Fashion and prom
Tennessee which is gracious as well ises gown9 this fall that will enable
as glorious. A pean to all the months 'thl! plnnl) stylster to appear wonder
of the year, both singly and cl-fUilv slender.
lectvfly, might be sung with truth.
The months as they come and go in
Tennessee delight us by their con
stand change, their infinite variety.
Radiant summer Is now melting into
glorious autumn, to bo succeeded in
due course by the invigorating and
regenerating cold of winter. Sum
mer, autumu, winter, spring each
is glorious in Tennessee. The truth
is that the climate in Tennessee,
whether it be that of September or
January, or of May or October, it is
one of Tennessee's assets. We do not
brag about it particularly and we do
nor commercialize it as do some of
our sister states, but what would we
be worth without It? It is climate
which produces red blooded boys
and girls men and women of the
highest type of citizenship to say
nothing of the magnificent crops of
corn, cotton, wheat, potatoes, cattle,
hogs and other things. Every month
of the year is picturesque and in
spiring in Tennessee. Each has its
own individual beauty and charm,
golden September being no more
glorious in its own way than smiling
June. Here's to all of them.
UP AND AT EM.
Well, we didn't exactly accomplish
our aim in the primary Thursday, i
We'll do better Sept. 27lh. Hilary!
Howse is the untrammelel choice of
the voters of Nashville for Mayor, and
it will be proven decisive!;' in the next j
setto. lhe Negro voters did nobly,
there were some stay-a -'ionics who
must be gotten out to vote on the
27th. inst. The Loyal citizens ofj
Nashville owe to themselves to put
Howse back in the Mayors chair where
he rightfully belongs. We cannot
afford to do otherwise. It would be
base ingratitude. Howse made it
possible for us to enjoy Hadley Park,
the Negro Library. He took the fet
ters from the City Prisoners. He
provided the tuberculosis hospital. He
is one of our most valiant friends in
the time of need, and distress and
thats what counts. We must not for
get his kind deeds which is prover
bial of his whule life. He is Hilary
E Howse. there is no other Hilary
K Howse, and we are for him for no
other reason than he Is what he is.
l0 Let us all gird our armor on anew and
Kive battle to the foes of charity nnd
Hilary !5. Howse, has never gratuti
ously insulted the intelligence of any
race, cieed or color as some others
we illicit mention have done. No, he
is tou big and broad for small content
TiiuUMiess like that.
Hilary Howse, is a man, one of Gods
noblest creatures, and deserves to
fare well at the hands of his fellow
Kobt. Elliott, and Paul Treanor,
have got to go it again. The Globe
thinks the voters of Nashville deserve
clean streets, wholesome water, and
a creditable work house. That be-
ing the fact, Robt. Elliott should be
re-elected to his position. He has
done his duty and thats all is re
quired of any official. Now" the forego
ing being true, we cannot see bow the
citizens of Nashville can with-hold
an endorsement. So on Sept. 27th. do
what you can for Robt. Elliott, He is
the man for a man's size job'.
l'KOK- WORK AS MANAUKU.
.results. The o!il ti'.n
l.i iton mot h-
ix's wore discarde'l. the
oils were discarded, the ancient
stercotvpeil make-Velieve-erTorN were
given a forninl leave of absence, anil.
sure enough get-tot;''! her I'roolivities
were much in evidence.
Prof. Work was given whole heart
ed assistance by some of our fore-
denee of the entire Negro population
of Nashville, and when he leads, the
people are not afraid
1'nlike other socalled
wears no mans neck
thinks and plans for himself. Hehasj"as "ctn "'laflected in Croeker
1. 1 1 r . 1
Furthermore, if our men folks
would evince one-tenth of the Inter
est in trying to better Nashville's
inadequate school facilities as they
evince in tyring to elect their favor
ites to city office the millenium
would dawn in a hurry.
The American conquest of London
is nearly complete. The boys in nlive
drab are instructing their new allies
in arms with the mysteries of the
great American game of craps.
At least the Russians have discov
ered what was wrong in tho Baltic
front, and Gen. Kletchitzky has been
named to succeed Gen. Klembovsky.
The steam roller will now move right
of Hoover's efforts to cur
with hearty appetites
Our friends missed an opportunity
of saying their adieus to our lone
I palm beach suit. Monday evening
isaid suit was put doing its aecustom
ed winter duty as underwear.
The allies are not only interested
in rendering unto Caesar the things
that are Caesar's, but they are also
determined to deliver it where it will
do the most good.
With corn pipes selling for ten
cents, instead of the usual nickel,
the average man may rejoice over the
prediction of a "greatest ever" corn
"Hear the children gaily shout
half past four, and school is out."
Well that used to be, but now we
really don't know "when school is
"Wilson Tires of Congress" says a
news head. Any city directory w ill
supply further names which may be
substituted for that of "Wilson."
After all. a.iv discission as to
whether Kins Const inline lea"ed or
;was pushed h rather academic at the
present stage ot the proceeding..
tr f c:n SO?l
of our professional ;ti;.l business men
take themselves so ilarn seriously
when ttiscussins ward politics.
If a certain would he Negro poli
tician in Nashville would motorize
his feet, he might make some head
way as a leader of men.
The legitimacy of an imperial
family is no longer an issue in the
world. It is the legitimacy of im
perialism that is at the bar.
Most people would be genuinely
shocked if they should happen to
catch a glimpse of themselves as
others see them all the time.
The ripening time of the luscious
persimmon is nearly here and the
Aroma of possum and taters will
soon be in evidence.
With regard to the grasshoppers,
however the expert advice it to de
crease both the acreage and the total
The churches might help by mak
ing Lent a perennial institution and
insisting on strict observance of the
The young woman who fears she
is growing stout has a complete un
derstanding of the diplomatic term,
The $20 hog has run backward,
but he's a hog and you can't tell but
that he'll turn around and go for
If you succeed, folks will admire
your determination. It you fail, they
wjil likely refer to you as stubborn,
And, still we insist that the' choir
sing that old familiar hymn entitled
"Oh, how dry I am."
In Rusia they are still debating
the question of supplying the death
penalty for debaters.
I 'I O l IN VIC ST
so cis: 'I S IN-
tSZirt Kllliii T II V. !: 'I
VAiVI I K. TKXX.
Some women are handso'nie and
others find it necessary to do their
The price of boss goes far toward
proving; that the pen is mightier than
the sword, "
j And presumably the cost of living
As truth hurts reporters
All right, Mr. Garfield,
Klnora Scales, fxi, Thirteenth
I-ouise rhillipsi 41, litis Archer
Mary Ewing, -IS, 1212 Thirteenth
Sallie Huggins. 70, 42 Trimble.
Felix Ilrown, t'.O, l'.02 Hefferuan.
Holla Doyle, lfi.
Samuel W. Hyde. Jr., 2 months,
122U Pellar street.
Julia Oslwne. s:l l.'o"i Harding Road.
Mary E. Rutledge, 2'.!, S2ii Overton,
Maggie M. Hutler. 12, loll Vernon
Kmily Phillips, !i, v724 Fourth ave
Mary Huford, II. S?. Eighth ave
John Drake, .'o. Hiofi Gay street.
Noiman Jones. 27. 1042 Seven
teenth avenue, ninth.
Ma:y Dorris, 1272 Third avenue,
Egbert Sutton Graham. 22 K,o0
Lizzie liraiuford, 21, Louisville,
Martin Ridley. Tracy City, Tenn.
Robert and Sallie McNairy,
Twenty-first Avenue, boy.
c 2 n
October Rules 1917
Albert Howard vs. Nettie Howard
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court tint the de
fendant is a nonresident of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
her; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter her appearance here
in at the September termn o the
Davidson County Circuit Court to be
holden at the Courthouse in Nash
ville. Tennessee, on the 1st Monday
in October, It being a rule day of this
Court, and defend, or said complain
ant's bill will be taken for confes
sed as to her and set for hearing ex
parte. It is therefore ordered that
a copy of this order be published for
four weeks in succession in the Nash
ville Globe, a newspaper published
W. B. COOK. Clerk.
. U. HITT, D. C.
J. T. RTTIN'ES,
Solicitor for Complainant.
October Rules 1917
Mary Lou McCanless
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a nonresident of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served up
him; it is therefore ordered that said
efendant enter his appearance here-
I in at the September term of the
Davidson County Circuit Court, to be
holden at the Courthouse in Nash
ville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday
in October, it being a rule day of
this Court, and defend, or said com
plainant's bill will be taken for con
fessed as to him and set for hearing
ex parte. It is therefore ordered that
a copy of this order be published for
four weeks in succession in the
Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub
lished in Nashville.
V. U. COOK. Clerk.
. M. HITT, D. C.
J. P. RHINES,
Solicitor for Complainant.
- : !JMMti
Mrs. Martha A. Sellars of 2321 Heff
ernanstreet, had a quick trip to Dick
son, Tenn., to see her many cousins
Mrs. Horner and family.
Mrs. Alice Chambers, of St. Louis,
Mo., is in the city to attend the
funeral of her brother, Mr. John
Drake. She is stopping with her
mother. Mrs. Ellen Drake Richardson
on Gay street.
Miss Louise Harris has returned
home alter a six weeks stay in
Savannah, Ga., where she was visit
ing Mrs. Russell Latimea, her neice.
She also spent a few days in Beaford
S. C. i .
Mrs. Eliza May of 906 Morrison
street has returned to the city after
a three weeks absence, visiting rela
tives and friends in Walter Hill and
Mrs. Martina Ann Sellars of 2321
Heffernan street, has returned home
from a three weeks' visit at Brent
wood. While there she was (lie guest
of her aunts, Mrs. T. Primm and
Rev. G. W. Woodbey, has returned
to Nashville, from the National Bap
tist Convention and after a two weeks
lecture tour in Kentucky, will again
take up his preaching services in this
Little MisS Jennie Wiseman, the
little niece of Mrs. Laura Brooks has
been 111 for about ten days and Is
confined to her bed, she is a regular
member of Sit. Nebo Baptist Sunday
school and her many friends wish tot
her a speedy recovery.
Miss I'ra Noyd. is spending the
week end with parents at Lynchville
Tonn, and was accompanied by Mrs.
Kamiie Hendien en rove to the city
they will Tpend the d;Ty""with friends
in Columbia. Tenn.. and will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall of 906
Jackson street, made a Hying trip to
Atlanta, Cia.. Sept. Mh accompanied
by their little Nephew, Marcellus
Freeman of Jlirnilngham, Ala. They
say that Majvollor kept them awake.
They returned Sept. loth. They were
attending th National Baptist Con
vention. They are happy over having
had a line time.
ED NEGRO RAID,
Struck Two Soldiers With Revolver
and Shot When One Kan Away
Wild Rumors Follow Clash.
Houston, Tex., August 29. Mounted
Officer Lee Sparks, who testified that
he struck two of the Negro soldiers
one of them Corporal Baltimore
with his pistol last Thursday after
noon, a few hours before the riot, was
one of the principal witnesses to take
the stand today in the inquiry being
conducted by a board of citizens as
representatives of the municipality
into the riots which cost seventeen
It was this clash between the police
;md negro soldiers that caused a rum
or to reach the Aegro camp that
Corporal Baltimore had been killed
by a policeman. That rumor spread
among the Negro soldiers and brought
to a climax a smouldering feeling
against policeman, Negro soldiers had
been harboring for nearly two weeks
Officer Sparks told the board of in
quiry that he struck the first Negro
four times with his revolver and that
Corporal Ilaltimore was struck once
by him. When ilaltimore started to
run a shot was fired nito the ground
to halt him.
On the afternoon that Sparks had
his trouble with the two Negro
soldiers he was accompained by Of
ficer Rufe Daniels. Daniels met his
death a few hours later at the hands
of the angry Negro soldiers on San
Felipe street. Officer Sparks also told
the board that for striking the
soldier he drew a suspension from the
police lorce at the hands of Superin
tendent of Police Brock.
lho suspension never went into
effect as Sparks answered the riot
call and has since continued to per
form his duty as an officer.
She passed into eternit adiryyF
Au.uust luth, l'.ilT. She was born
about 1850 in North Georgia. She
was converted when a child. S;ie
was baptized by her pastor in Geor
gia. She joined Mt. Bethlehem Bap
tist C hurch, South Pittsburg, Tenn
about i years ,igo during the pas
titrate of the late Rev. Frank Cobo
blio was twioe married and survi e.:
her first husband, Mr. Billy Shan
lord, after a union of twenty years
After living in loneliness of widow
hood a reasonable period she was
married to Mr. L. D. Maxwell Octo
ber 31, l'JUti, niliaing a total of about
thirty-one years spent in the bonds
of wedlock, a faithful and loving
wife. Her last words were witnessed
by her husband, L. D. Maxwell, her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Maxwell of
Wartrace, near daughter, Mrs. Pear
lie Covington, Rock Mart, Ga., and
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Hill, this city.
Her words: "I am willing and ready
to die,"' etc. "There is nothing be
tween nie and my Saviour."
Sunday, the 12th, her remains
were brought to Alt. Bethlehem Bap
tist Church in Undertaker Wilker
son's funeral car, followed by rela
tives and friends as well as lodge
sisters of 'O. E. S.; C. C; and H. of
these respective fraternities. Her fun
eral was very impressively preached
by Rev. J. T. Martin, pastor. AL
that was mortal of Mrs. Maxwell was
placed in the city cemetery, using
the, beautiful ritualistic burial cere.
mony of the O. E. S followed by the
C. C, and then by the H. of R., in
all of these she had made a faithful
member as well as in the church.
Obituaries were read by Mrs. S. E.
Oliver, Mrs. J. M. Hawkins and Mrs.
M. E. Martin.
"Sleep on dear sister Maxwell,
On thy Saviour's breast;
We are doubly detreinined to meet
In that Haven of Rest."
Request of the lodges. But failed
to get those Resolutions. EdI.or.
ROCTOR T. B. SPENCER CROSSES
Dr. Astrap went to the funeral.
The medical fraternity has lost one
of its best physicians in the death of
Dr. Spencer. While he was not so
widely known he was a "David" in
fame in his immediate territory.
He muBt have merited it as he was
in a few miles of the town in which
he was reared. Being left an orphan
when a youth, he was determined to
make a man of himself and doubled
that determination as he developed
into manhood. Ho was a high-school
graduate of his home town, McMinn
ville. He attended Meharry Medical
College and graduated there about 10
years ago. He was married to Miss
of Chattanooga and began his prac
tice at Tullahooma, where he made
"ago" of his profession and his wife
was elected Assistant teacher in the
public school there, which position
she has filled satisfactorily for several
years. Not only the profession has
lost a physician, but the public gen
erally has lost a prominent person
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Of Fifty Years Recalled.
milF. annearanre of the Ni tinnal Jubilee
I the old jubilee and plaDtatioo songs
comment in every section of the United States. Thia ie attested to by hundreds
of letters tint hive been receive d since the song book appeared and slnor It vas
so successfully used throughout the session of the great National Baptist Convention
which Just closed Its meetii g . A sample of what the DM pie say will be of inter
1 "I have examined the National Jubilee Melodiee and foond tome old treasures
lhat I ould net like to part with, a fragment of the tunes and verses that have beea
carried In my brain and metoory since Iwaa a boy forty ye .rs ago. but thia la the
first lime I have eve r seen them in print or set to music. The little inaecnri des
srammatii-ally speaking that one think he finds In lhe book ate but t-nnine evi
dence of its originality. We wou'd not have ibeni otherwise, aa this woold fob the
work of its identity, end It i. my desire to get a work us neat aa possible spoken in the
peculiar manner of the old time ante-bellum men and women that laid the found o
tion for our race on which we are building beouUlufly. I think that their peculiar
style should te preserved md hanctd dewn tc to.leritv."
(Signed) ANDREW DUFTIE,
77n2 price of the National Jubilee Melodies song book with
ail of these old time songs, is 30c percopp by n ail, postage
paid, or $3 60 per dozen, express charges not paid.
Send 30c (or a sample cop; and see for tne first time in your life
the songs of oar foreparents set to muslc.-c
Send all ortleres to
Jhe Rational Baptist Publishing; Board
$23 Second Ave.. North
all-round workmen only
Second Ave., N
IN TIME O I -AM il
what a comfort a savings ban
book is. It provides all the
needs and dainties of the sick
room, besides the requirements
of the family. Every family
should have a savings bank
book for none is exempt from"
illness or accident. You can
open an account here with as
ittlc as one ($1.00) dollar.
ONE CEM SAVINGS BANK
Grower & Scalp Cleanser
1'roiwred upon Scientific
HiinIh mid Troportloned.
TMIa preimrMtlon ronlalna
the tW'iiienlf Hint mnka
hiilriiKiw Alcr Tryixt Ta
t Try Tko lt-.t.
BLACK HaK INpIN
nut. nml wont emw, use
A iiiii! box will convince
run of Its merits: then you
will become u Black Hawk
lloomer too. If thereto no
aijenl In your vicinity write
for terms. Sample box hy
mall riuc. PoHtaue &c. It was
bred la Olrt Kenturky.
Born where the Blue Grass
Grows. Push, said the But
ton (lllack Hawk.)
Black Hank Mian Heir Orcmer. f
boi 50 ds.
Nail Hawk Indian Castile Sow, W
bar 25 ct. . , ,
Black Hawk Indian fat Powder,
laiender Brown, nit bo 25 tts
Black Hawk Indian loi el Water, Her
bottle 25 ct. , .
Black Hawk Indian Doing Comb, can
Black Hawk Indian VaniihlM Cream,
per boi 50 els.
Beure ttiat use Black Hawk
Castile Soap with Black Hawk Hair
Grower to obtain the best results.
Sold onlr by the ajents. first Class
Druggist and Department Stores or o
reel irom the laboratory.
Sole Prop., Louisville, Ky
BEST VALUES AT
son book containing a I
aet to mualc, ewattini the widest kind of
good salary. First class,
need apyly. Address